No celebrity wants the media to write about his/her private life- but when you are a celebrity your life is just not private. The media reserves the right to write the truth or the buzz, and surely so if the celeb in question has not denied it. Something like this has happened in the case of Gauahar Khan too. The lady is not in a relationship with choreographer Melvin Louis anymore. We texted Gauahar but she chose to not respond.
Gauahar and Melvin were more than just good friends from February this year. We were the FIRST to bring you that piece of news. They say, that they were extremely comfortable and happy in each other’s company- and the relationship was growing by the day.
A source says, “It was not a serious relationship, though. The fact that it ended is not surprising. Both are doing fine in their respective lives and have moved on.” Mirror, mirror on the wall! Their social media handles said it all, and they were quite actively pushing out various posts about each other. However, Gauhar had quickly denied that she was involved with Melvin at a personal level.
FYI, before she got acquainted with Melvin, Gauahar was in a serious relationship with TV actor Kushal Tandon but they eventually broke up on a slightly ugly note after being together for almost a year. Media and fans thought that they will walk down the aisle but they ended their relationship on a bitter note. You know how it is, love doesn’t translate into marriage when destiny has other plans. But then, probably everything happens for the best.
SpotboyE.com has it that here too, the two parties in question have overcome the pain of their wounds (though of course it must have pained here). Neither of them spoke ill about each other even when asked to comment on their break-up. In an interview to Bombay Times, Gauahar had simply said, “I have always been dignified and have known where to draw the line. It was an amazing one-and-a-half-year of relationship with him and there is no bitterness from my side. First of all, I never mentioned his name, the media made those assumptions. If you are quoting me in connection with someone else, it’s your onus and not mine. There are two golden words called ‘no comments’ and I use them very well. So, no comments. I wish everyone, who has been a part of my journey, well.”